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List of Universities in Canada with Low Tuition Fees
Asked by: abimbola
Posted on Tue, 27 Jul 2010 05:25:48 GMT
I am intending to study in Canada and I need the name of the schools and universities which have the lowest tuition fees in Canada. I want to know about the list of universities and colleges with the tuition fee ranging from about $1700 to $2000. Please try listing the cheapest universities. Thanks.
Even though Canadian universities have very low tuition fee for international students, I don’t think there’s any university that has tuition fee as low as you’ve mentioned. But the tuition fee can come down if the university offers you some scholarships based on your merits. I have mentioned the names of some universities below which have quite a low tuition fee for international students:
I hope this list helps. You may visit the respective university websites to check the tuition fee there for international students.
Following document contains detail information on tuition fees for international graduate students in Canada:
edu_consult answered 7 years ago
The tuition fees in Canadian universities vary based upon the nationality of student – Canadian or International, rank and location of universities, level of studies, major chosen by the student, subsidies provided by the provincial government, etc. In general, studying in Canadian institutions is not cheap for the international students unless they get good scholarships. This is because provincial governments in Canada do not provide subsidized tuition fees to the international students as for their own residents.
I do not know any universities with the tuition fee as low as you have expected it to be. Also, I do not recommend you to choose universities only based on the tuition fees. First of all, intent must be clear. If you really wish to get good education that can change your life, you have to choose best university for you. You may have faced some financial difficulties to finance your education. But that doesn't mean you have to choose cheap universities which do not provide good education.
My suggestion to you would be to choose universities based on which field you want to specialize on. Most of the Canadian universities offer almost all courses, but they specialize in specific fields. You can short-list the list of universities according to your requirement of specialization. After that, you can look the best and cheapest among those universities. Genuine students with financial difficulties do not need to panic a lot in my view. Universities around the world are looking for the good universities. You can write to the admission department of university stating your problems of financing your education and chances of getting scholarships, financial aids, or student loan in their university.
Let me know on which field you want to specialize, then I will try to find the appropriate university for you.
ulhaq4u answered 6 years and 12 months ago
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